5 minutes with Bernice Olderwagen
What's Hot New Zealand chats to New Zealand’s top Dermapen therapist Bernice Olderwagen about her award-winning treatment, the importance of ...
By now you’ve probably heard of microneedling, but do you know the difference when it comes to Dermapen, the revolutionary treatment for signs of ageing, pigmentation and acne?
Microneedling has fast become one of the most popular beauty treatments thanks to its ability to improve a wide range of skin concerns. It creates a clearer, plumper and younger-looking complexion by using the skin’s natural repair process.
It is, however, important to do your homework on the clinics and treatments – the device type and products infused into your skin are crucial to the success of your skin rejuvenation. As with most things in life, you get what you pay for, and when it comes to your face do you really want to be skimping on quality?
Dermapen is the original microneedling device – the first to be used by clinicians over 10 years ago – and after years of research and advances in technology the latest model has arrived, the Dermapen4. To maintain the highest standard of safety and results, Dermapen uses a Gold Authorised Treatment Provider programme that ensures clinics use the certified skin infusion products, protocol safety and training as well as the latest model device. Choosing one of these clinics ensures you’re getting safe, optimum results, and you can rest assured you’re in the hands of the best.
Visit the Probeauty clinic directory for a full list of Dermapen Gold ATP clinics throughout the country.